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Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 31-40 dated January 14th, 1801 to January 21st, 1805 Summary

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Letters 31-40 dated January 14th, 1801 to January 21st, 1805 Summary and Analysis

The Austens' household articles have been appraised finally. Jane discusses the plans for moving to Bath with Cassandra and tells her that their aunt is happy about the Austens' moving. Mr. Austen offers his curacy to James Digweed but is refused. Jane feels certain that Frank's promotion would have solicited more appointments if he had been in England at the time. Although Eliza is ill, she is still beautiful. Mr. Austen plans to settle business at Penlingtons so Cassandra does not need to worry about that. Jane shares gossip with her sister. She describes the houses at Bath that the Austens are considering. Jane is going to Manydown soon, likely within a week. She asks Cassandra to buy her a new gown. She was alone with Mr. Holder at Ashe Park...

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